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Angling for Answers

If you buzz regularly by my blog you may have noticed my proclivity for ridiculous angling in attempting to get photographs of ephemera that catches my fancy. I teeter in heels up snow-covered rocks to catch sunset.  I wriggle in … Continue reading

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Half-Full

We lawyers are fond of what is known in the business as the “bright line distinction.”  We like the assurance of knowing what falls on each side, though the adversarial battle in a given case tends to focus on pinpoint … Continue reading

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Super-Scale Me

Slide a hand over the lower left-hand corner and what do you see?  A majestic snowy mountain range? Only the relatively wee barbed wire-topped fence gives away both the scale and subject.  It’s actually only about twelve feet of plowed snow caught … Continue reading

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This Dazzling World

The stirring sun’s strands seem to gather into an outsized hand.  A finger pokes the lighthouse from offstage, an entreaty to shake off that opaque midnight black and join the horizon’s color riot. Given the weather, this sunrise had not seemed … Continue reading

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